Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Oh the Huge Manatee

Tea Party Members Tackle Manatees

Everybody knows what the tea party members oppose. High taxes. Big government. Obama's health care plan. High-speed rail.

Now, for at least some local tea party members, there's one more to add: manatee protection.

A Citrus County tea party group has announced that it's fighting new restrictions that have been proposed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. "We cannot elevate nature above people," explained Edna Mattos, leader of the Citrus County Tea Party Patriots, in an interview. "That's against the Bible and the Bill of Rights."

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Pulling No Punches

There's An App For That

If you are a Christian, you want to share the best thing that ever happened to you with your friends. After all, you care about your friends, and you don't what them to go to hell... right? This app was designed to make sharing Jesus with them as easy as showing them your phone.

Just choose a title that looks like its subject might be a good discussion starter, show them how to turn the pages, and hand the phone over!

Chick tracts never pull punches... they deliver the truth head-on! Get some great conversation going now. Your friends will thank you for it. Don't worry if they start asking questions (they probably will). Use the "More Info" menu item to see articles that give you lots more information.

These are the same stories that are available as inexpensive little printed tracts from the Chick website. With over 800 million in print, they are a global phenomenon. Make sure your friends don't miss out on it.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Love That Glows

Jesus Loves Nukes

For 20 years the course on “Christian Just War Theory” was taught by chaplains at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to those who would turn the key should World War III break out.

The training, which used passages from the Bible and religious imagery to demonstrate the moral justification for atomic warfare, has now been suspended.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

We All Beahm

Beahm Screams

Wear this shirt: While strolling the hillsides of Lillehammer.

Don’t wear this shirt: While asking your parents if you can move back in the basement, since that degree in Art History isn’t really paying off the way you thought it would.

This shirt tells the world: “I’ve never met a pun I wouldn’t wear on a shirt.”

We call this color: I scream, you scream, something something silver.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Divine Apparition

Telephone Pole Jesus Died For Your Landline Abandoning Sins

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

You Could Get Your Head Stepped On

Bull Riding For Jesus

Jon Bisset, who is one part cowboy and one part Christian missionary, is the owner of River Valley Ranch in Carroll County, Maryland. Bisset's grandfather started the ranch after immig to the United States from Scotland in the 1920s.

"He always had a fondness for the American cowboy, and he was a minister down in Baltimore city," Bisset said. "He saw a lot of kids getting in trouble during the summer time and thought this might be an opportunity to reach out to the kids of Baltimore city in a unique way." So his grandfather started RVR, the first dude ranch on the East Coast, reaching out with the gospel to kids who ordinarily wouldn't step foot in a church, Bisset said.

Saturday, August 06, 2011

Wednesday, August 03, 2011